lay a mirror down , take a hammer to it , pour polyurethane over .crazyazz floor!

Lay a mirror down, take a hammer to it, pour polyurethane over - Amazing bathroom floor - or could do for a desk top. or coffee table.WALKING ON BROKEN GLASS wouldn`t do my bathroom floor lOl but good idea for the haunted house?

like lights, mirror, radiator covers and light airey feel in the hallway

Like the look of radiator cover grating. would be nice to diy a hall table/cabinet with doors like that to stash items out of sight.

Make a Amazing Penny Floor DIY Project  Homesteading  - The Homestead Survival .Com     "Please Share This Pin"

How to make an amazing penny floor diy project is made with the smallest currency denomination coins, a lot of patience and just a few supplies.

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this is cool … Lay a mirror down, take a hammer to it, pour polyurethane over - Amazing bathroom floor - or could do for a desk top. or coffee table.WALKING ON BROKEN GLASS - except bad luck to break a mirror

Cool idea how to make your walls look magical - 13 Amazing Ideas How to Reuse Your Broken Mirror

13 Amazing Ideas How to Reuse Your Broken Mirror

Mosaic Tile Birdbath using Recycled DVDs:

Mosaic Tile Birdbath using Recycled DVDs

Mosaic Tile Birdbath using Recycled DVDs. I think this would be cool for my kit hen table (get rid of the nasty old blue tiles)

You can make mosaics almost from everything, old or new recycled materials, mirrors, buttons, glass or tiles. Plus, you can enhance anything you want, from flooring and facade to chairs and benches…

Use Old Broken Glass, China & Recycled Materials To Make Some Of These Gorgeous Mosaics In Your Garden

Give your outdoor living space a personal touch with your own uniquely designed mosaic table – an easy DIY project for spring!

Shattered Mirror Floors

Shattered Mirror Floors

This Interior Has A Suspended Glass Floor Filled With Mirror Shards - Casa Cor Rio, designed by Gisele Taranto Architecture & LZ Studio

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Imperfect Interiors

Bookshelves in alcoves on either side of fireplace in living room of Victorian house renovation by Imperfect Interiors, Beth Dadswell, London, Photography by Leanne Dixon Remodelista:

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